Scenography by BIG-GAME for the Prix Emile Hermès exhibition in Paris.
BIG-GAME was given carte blanche to exhibit the prototypes of the 12 finalist of the Prix Emile Hermès in Espace Commines during D'Days 2014 in Paris.
The topic of the contest was "Time to oneself" while the general theme of the D'DAYS was "Movement".
The intention was to bring a touch of nature and use plants to create a structure within the space.
The beautiful glass-roofed space in the center of Paris becomes an Oasis, giving visitors a chance to wander and discover the prototypes at their own pace – in accordance with the topic of the contest "Time to oneself".
Most of the prototypes are designed for relaxation or isolating oneself from the world – plants make a perfect background for them.
BIG-GAME collaborated with florist Thierry Boutemy to source the plants.
The stands are made from simple chipboard – a material considered as "poor", but that we find beautiful when worked with precision and care.